Towns sets multiple records with 60 points and 17 rebounds in a single game

On March 15, the Timberwolves beat the Spurs 149-139 away. Karl-Anthony Towns made 19 of 31 shots, 7 of 11 three-pointers, 15 of 16 free throws, and scored 60 points and 17 rebounds, including the third quarter. Scored 32 points, the league’s first player to score 60 points in a single game this season, and the highest score ever scored by an AT&T player at the Spurs’ home court. At the same time, Towns also set a number of records in this game.

  1. Towns became the first player in the history of the Timberwolves to score at least 60 points in a single game. The previous record in team history was also 56 points held by Towns;
  2. Towns became the first player in league history to score at least 60 points, 15 rebounds and 6 three-pointers in a single game;
  3. Towns becomes the fourth player in league history to score at least 55 points and 15 rebounds in multiple games

Wilt Chamberlain: 68 games

Elgin Baylor: 5 games

Rick Barry: 2 games

Karl-Anthony Towns: 2 games

  1. Towns becomes seventh player in league history with at least 60 points and 15 rebounds

Wilt Chamberlain: 30 games

Elgin Baylor: 2 games

Michael Jordan: 1 game

Karl Malone: ​​1 game

Shaq O’Neal: 1 game

James Harden: 1 game

Karl-Anthony Towns: 1 game

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  1. Towns became the first center to score 60 points in a game since Shaq O’Neal in 2000;
  2. Towns scored 32 points in the third quarter, breaking the Timberwolves record and the fourth-highest points in a single quarter by a player in the past 25 seasons

Klay Thompson: 37 points (third quarter vs. Kings)

Kevin Love: 34 points (1st quarter vs. Blazers)

Anthony: 33 points (third quarter vs. Heat)

Towns: 32 points (third quarter vs. Spurs)

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